A West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) that has plans to become an economic powerhouse and attract investment, increase productivity and create thousands of jobs for the region, published its plans for the future today (06 July).
As part of this year’s 50th anniversary year of Theatre in Education, the Belgrade Theatre are holding a festival of work for young audiences, due to take place in October.
The Council's Contact Centre is changing its opening hours from 20 July.
The City Council is set to formally give its backing for Coventry to bid to be the UK City of Culture in 2021 – and trigger a drive to boost the arts and culture in the city.
The Twin Town Courier - aka Martin 'Sticky' Round - rode into Coventry yesterday on his Lambretta to present the Lord Mayor with packages from Coventry's twin towns of Dresden and Ostrava.
Coventry’s historic London Road Cemetery has been named as one of 16 parks and cemeteries around the country in line for a share of £34m of lottery cash.
A moving short film highlighting one boy’s experiences in foster care and how foster carers can make a huge difference to young people’s lives has just been released.
ICT Services have been made aware of a spate of emails being sent to schools which contain infected zip files.
Free event for teachers to try out new techniques, develop their creative talent and get inspiration to take back to the classroom. Cake and drinks included!
The Friends of Plas Dol y Moch are organising a 'Summer Stroll' on Tuesday 7 July.
Trading Standards is calling on residents to expose scams and help stop more people from falling prey to clever cons that fleece them of thousands of pounds.
With effect from 30th June 2015 the Independent Living Fund (ILF) will be closing and this funding will be transferring to and be administered by Coventry City Council.
Coventry residents are being invited to their local neighbourhood forum so they can find out more and have their say about plans to devolve power from Whitehall to the West Midlands through combined authorities.
With temperatures set to soar over the next two days and the Met Office predicting ‘heat wave conditions,’ people are being urged to look out for the vulnerable.
We would like to inform you that from July 1 there will be changes to the registration and management of NQT assessments.
A new Executive Director for the People Directorate has been appointed.
The City Council has set out its plans for the next 10 years as it continues to drive Coventry towards its place as a top 10 city.
The Lord Mayor, Councillor Michael Hammon, is asking all to come along and support the Armed Forces Day parade tomorrow (Saturday).
Two men were sentenced after pleading guilty to selling illegal foreign cigarettes, counterfeit tobacco and non-duty paid cigarettes.
Councillor Ed Ruane, the Council’s Cabinet Member for Children and Young People has been meeting up with a new Coventry team who are working with agencies in the city and across the West Midlands to tackle child sexual exploitation (CSE).
From dinosaurs to the Specials…
Local residents can still cut their energy bills by registering with the City Council’s money saving Switch and Save scheme.
The next phase of regeneration work around Coventry railway station is due to begin, with the demolition of The Rocket Public House on Warwick Road.
The Coventry Inspiration Book Awards Celebration Event will take place in St Mary’s Guildhall, 1-3pm on Friday 26 June.
Frank Beresford received a Good Citizen Award from the Lord Mayor yesterday (Tuesday), for his quick-thinking attitude that helped neighbours in his community.
As part of its continual service improvement, Coventry City Council has provided a more direct route for schools' IT departments to be able to download Microsoft Updates for client workstations.
ICT Services have just published details of SIMS Training for the Autumn Term 2015.
Wednesday 16 September 2015, 9:30 – 15:30 St Mary’s Guildhall.
Festival organisers are delighted to announce that a Ceilidh dance, zip wire attraction and a climbing wall adventure have all been added to the family offer for festival goers next weekend.